YouTube star BeardMeatsFood ‘demolished’ Shooters American Diner challenge

Shooters American Diner in March set YouTuber BeardMeatsFood a challenge and he absolutely smashed it. Picture...

Shooters American Diner in March set YouTuber BeardMeatsFood a challenge and he absolutely smashed it. Picture: Instagram/BeardMeatsFood - Credit: Archant

A popular YouTube foodie visited one of the county’s restaurants before lockdown in a bid to tackle a previously undefeated eating challenge.

Shooters American Diner in March. Picture: YouTube/BeardMeatsFood

Shooters American Diner in March. Picture: YouTube/BeardMeatsFood - Credit: Archant

The self-proclaimed number one competitive eater in the UK, BeardMeatsFood, came to Shooters American Diner in March for their ‘Man Vs Food’ test.

The internet star, who boasts more than one million subscribers on YouTube, had just 45 minutes to scoff two meals, a large pizza and an ice cream sundae.

One ‘Harlem Burger’ meal, one ‘Triple Dog’ meal, a pepperoni pizza and the sweet dessert went down a treat in a record time of just 20 minutes.

It was filmed on November 1, just days before the announcement of the new lockdown and subsequent closure of their restaurant and sister eatery Route47.

Nearly finished! Picture: YouTube/BeardMeatsFood

Nearly finished! Picture: YouTube/BeardMeatsFood - Credit: Archant


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The Major League Eating Pro’s video, uploaded on November 12, has already been watched more than 300,000 times; putting March on the global map.

Is it over yet? Picture: YouTube/BeardMeatsFood

Is it over yet? Picture: YouTube/BeardMeatsFood - Credit: Archant

YouTuber BeardMeatsFood completes the challenge. Picture: Shooters American Diner

YouTuber BeardMeatsFood completes the challenge. Picture: Shooters American Diner - Credit: Archant

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